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Ofensive language. Kept waiting for a plot and none was there. A total waste of time.Published 6 days ago by gineta g. swanson
As well written and entertaining story, this book kept me thinking and entertained. Touches on some real life quandaries, like are we parenting correctly? Read morePublished 1 month ago by Margot Williams
A good read but I am beginning to think all .A.M. Homes books hqave the same type of anti hero.Published 2 months ago by Judith Cearns
Highly improbable, but yet highly entertaining. As the protagonist searches for the meaning of his own life, you, the reader, may find yourself searching for the meaning of yours. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michael J. Sheridan
I was shuffling through my friends house, who happens to be related to some well known writers. I picked up this book off the shelf and started reading. It was signed copy. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dan
This is the first A M Homes book that I've read and I really enjoyed it.
Richard's organised and contained life is about to change. Read more
It reads like a young author's first attempt at insight and profundity. Not good.
Here's a tip: if you're going to write about boring characters, make sure there's a... Read more
This book is not for everyone, but if you enjoy reading A.M. Homes, give it a go. (If you haven't read Homes, read her novel "Jack" first. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Maria L Surprise
I first listened to this book several years ago because I'm a commuter and it looked interesting (and my local library had limited audio selections). Read morePublished 8 months ago by Kay L. Campbell